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Position Available at OMPH Catholic School: Kindergarten Teacher Aide and Lunchroom Monitor – 5 days per week; 6 hours per day, when school is in session. Responsibilities include assisting the Kindergarten teacher with classroom activities (singing included) as needed, support the teacher with routine classroom tasks as needed, assist individual children as needed, and supervise all OMPH students in the lunchroom during all lunch periods. It is expected that the successful applicant will abide by all that is set forth in the teacher contract, the Diocesan Policy Book, the Faculty Handbook, assigned duties and classroom responsibilities, and will review the Parent Handbook and Emergency Operations Plan. Qualifications: Must have a high school diploma; a Bachelor or Associates degree is preferable; strict confidentiality working in a school environment is required; strong management & discipline skills with Kindergarten through 8th grade students; must enjoy children of all ages. If interested, please submit a letter of interest along with a resume by Wednesday July 10th to OMPH School office (office@omph.org), 330 Church Ave., Ephrata, PA 17522, Attention: Principal.

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Contact Mrs. Jacobs – pjacobs@omph.org
Contact Mrs. Holland – aholland@omph.org

Mrs. Jocobs - ArtMy name is Patricia Jacobs and I am delighted to have this opportunity to teach art at Our Mother of Perpetual Help Catholic School.  My background includes teaching elementary and secondary grades in the School District of Lancaster.   I also teach religious education classes at St. Mary’s Church in Lancaster.  My goals are to help my students continue to develop an appreciation for art while they utilize their creative abilities in the classroom setting.





My name is Amy Holland and I am the Middle School art teacher. I am a potter and art educator and have been teaching for 15 years. I received my Bachelor of Science in Art Education from Penn State University and later pursued Art Therapy at Marywood University. My interest in ceramics and passion for teaching led me to The Shelburne Craft School in Vermont where I furthered my studies and later led their youth programs. Moving home to Pennsylvania brought me to teach ceramics at Lancaster Museum of Art, Lancaster Creative Factory, and now Art here at OMPH. I also create and teach ceramics in my Lititz studio where I live with my husband, two children, and dog. My children attend OMPH and we are members of the St. James Parish in Lititz.